THOR Solutions, LLC, announced today its selection by the US Navy as the prime awardee of a $5.1M Seaport-e Task Order in support of the Supervisor of Shipbuilding Gulf Coast (SSGC). Headquartered in Pascagoula, MS, SSGC is the US Navy's agency that administers shipbuilding and repair contracts with major shipbuilding contractors on the Gulf Coast. This military and civilian organization of 400 personnel, an activity of the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA), provides engineering, Quality Assurance (QA), contract management, and financial services required to streamline how shipbuilding contractors provide ships and craft to the Navy.
THOR will support SSGC in administration and management of construction, reactivation, design, planning, conversion, repair, deactivation, dismantling, and overhaul of ships and craft. THOR will provide Engineering, Technical, Production Control, Environmental, Safety, & Health (ESH), QA, Data Management, Logistics, Financial, Programmatic, and Administrative support to the QA, Engineering, and Information Technology Departments. Support will also include Change Action Data Management and Tracking, Contract Deliverable Requirement List (CDRL) Management, Government Furnished Information (GFI) Processing and Vendor Data Support, Progress Monitoring, Technical Data, Technical Manual, Trials, Inspection, Testing, Availability, Cost Estimation, and Procurement Support.
THOR will support the full portfolio of New Construction and Foreign Military Sales (FMS) Programs at SSGC in Pascagoula, MS, and Morgan City, LA. During this three-year contract, SSGC will be charged with responsibility to oversee the continued construction of 15 ships, the start of four (4) ships with contracts awarded, and the preparation for three (3) ships in planning. Several upcoming initiatives will create a substantial increase in SSGC's workload and Operational Tempo (OPTEMPO), including the restart of the DDG 51 Program, becoming familiar with LPD 17 Flight Upgrade (starting with LPD 30) and the impacts on LPD 28-29, continuation of LCS, and Detail, Design, and Construction (DD&C) of the Navy's new Frigate Program. THOR's subcontractor on this effort is ICI Services Corporation.